This course has been developed to provide you with an understanding of what risk is, how risk is managed in the workplace and your role as a leader in reducing risks to health and safety.
What’s the worst that could happen in your workplace?
A near miss, broken equipment, financial loss, injury, or even death!
Is your organisation proactively minimising and managing its risks?
There is risk that can be damaging in every business. Whether it’s to protect people or the environment from harm, minimise the potential for financial loss of income or assets, prevent liability or safeguard your company’s reputation – there's good cause to manage risks in your business, and everyone has a part to play.
All workers have a duty of care to protect their own work health and safety - and the health and safety of others. Being able to identify hazards, assess their potential risk and control the risks associated with them is a crucial part of fulfilling this duty of care.
Our Risk Management courses are designed to give you an awareness of what risk is and what your role is in minimising it. They will prepare you and your colleagues to fulfil your responsibilities in identifying, assessing, controlling and reviewing risks in your work environment.
This course features:
There is a foundational version available for all staff that do not have the additional responsibilities of those associated with the roles of people managers and/or risk managers. This is titled: Risk Management for Employees.
This short course is ideal as standalone training. It is also an excellent complementary product for further training, such as face-to-face risk management or WHS training. This elearning course is appropriate for a wide range of industries. The course has a national focus and has been designed to provide training for all staff working in Australia.
These courses feature:
This course provides an understanding of: